So the Associated Press published the following blurb regarding the anniversary of the Warsaw Rising:
Oh, dear Shawn, thank you so much for remembering. We have just come back from the seaside and on the way I had been wondering if anybody had mentioned the anniversary. You saved the PF`s reputation in a way. Not only silliness prevails here, after all! :):)
On Thursday, the Warsaw Rising Museum will show on its Facebook page people stopping in Warsaw's streets
As usual, the tradition is continued:
see how young Warsawians, probably football fans, stop the traffic:
at 1500 GMT
Did they really write so? Not 17.00?
Technically it is correct that the Soviets were advancing. Why do you think the AP would conveniently omit the fact that once the fireworks started, the Advancing Soviets decided to check up on the other side of the river?
Do you think it has some deeper meaning?
people stopping in Warsaw's streets
They have coloured archive films and combined into a long documentary going to release it next year
I wonder: what happened to them? Did they survive or got killed? If they did, how? In combat? Or of wounds in insurgent hospital? Or in an execution with other captured POW insurgents?
Poland lost so many patriotic young people in 1944.... Those who survived insist there was no choice.....
Football fans celebrated the anniversary last year: